The Mustangs for Life, the Students for Life group at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, set up close to 3,000 crosses in a main area of campus as part of the common display that memorializes the number of babies that will be aborted that day this week. Sometimes it causes more controversy; other times it doesn’t. This situation is the former.
The process of picking a Supreme Court Justice has become a complicated and emotionally wrought procedure, one that deals more with ideology than actual jurisprudence. The nation has every right to have a Supreme Court with justices on the bench that adhere to the U.S. Constitution and balances the other two branches of government, performing their duties as the original Founding Fathers envisioned.
While this election cycle is like no other our nation has experienced – who would have thought the front runners would be a socialist versus a reality TV star? – one particular issue has been brought up multiple times during one party’s debates and zero times during the other party’s debates.
As President Barack Obama delivers his last State of the Union to the United States as its president, reflecting back on his legacy as the most pro-abortion president ever to lead this nation is sobering.
Planned Parenthood has been the focus of the pro-life movement for years now – and for good reason. The nation’s largest abortion chain has been caught in undercover videos aiding and abetting sex traffickers, taking donations to abort black babies, covering up statutory rape and child abuse and harvesting and selling the body parts of aborted babies. Yet Planned Parenthood gets over half a billion a year from taxpayers.
Desperation breeds the kind of logic that warrants double takes – did they really just say that?
Humor is a good thing to use in awkward situations. It helps to break the ice, relax the conversation and open up hearts and minds. Having a good sense of humor is helpful for de-stressing, which is why Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel and Ellen DeGeneres all have had great careers. Making people laugh is good business. But what would attendees at an exclusive conference of abortionists have to laugh at? Their job is to end lives of tiny little humans. Do they have anything to laugh about? Indeed they do.
While I know the majority of this generation is against abortion and now, in light of the latest #PPSellsBabyParts scandal, view Planned Parenthood’s business practices unfavorably, there are some that we just can’t reach with our message of truth and love.
Our bus just pulled onto the University of Virginia, the third campus on our “Don’t Fund Planned Parenthood” National Tour, so I don’t have a lot of time to write this morning. But I just wanted to let you know that the response so far on campuses has been amazing!